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The success of the Atlanta BeltLine is dependent on a broad base of community support that sustains the political and civic will required to deliver and care for the project over its 25-year implementation and beyond. The Deputy Director will provide critical leadership over the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s programs and initiatives that cultivate and maintain this support.
The Deputy Director will have purview over two components of the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s mission:
1) Engaging the public through programming, events and activities designed to educate the public about the Atlanta BeltLine, activate Atlanta BeltLine parks and trails, and mobilize advocates to support the project.
2) Empowering residents through partnerships that bring about positive outcomes in the areas of health, housing and access to economic opportunity. Both areas require strong, collaborative relationships with community leaders and partner organizations coupled with the ability to make strategic decisions about resource allocation and program development.
The Deputy Director will be supported by a team that manages day-to-day delivery of programming that engages the public, including tours, fitness classes, Run.Walk.Go! race series, Adopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine, volunteer speakers bureau, and special events.
The Deputy Director will work under the guidance of the Executive Director to fully develop and implement the organization’s strategy for empowering residents using data and building coordinated coalitions in a systematic way to address issues related to health, housing and economic opportunity in Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods
How to Apply
If you are interested in exploring this unique opportunity, please contact by October 31:
- Ryan Grant, Vice President & Managing Director
Phone: (770) 804-1996 ext: 115 Email: email@example.com
- Krista Johnston, Principal
Phone: (770) 804-1996 ext: 120 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is an equal opportunity agency and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, veterans status, disability status, sexual orientation, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law.
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